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takeover. facebook, samsung's, an amazon are all making big waves. we bring in nicole petallides, jo ling kent, and dennis kneale in a tech take down. it's almost the 1990's. we want to go to nicole petallides of the are stock exchange first. tell me, what you wanted? we are watching facebook. there is new money that will be coming in. >> reporter: you talk about advertising revenue. what we are seeing now is that is to grant will now have advertising. and so when you talk to the analysts, they anticipate that could bring in $400 million of revenue. the first three years and even more so in years to come long term. so overall their liking what they're seeing. there raise their price target 16% of the 58. we have been seeing facebook doing very well. we talk about a revenue stream going forward, that's also a good thing. adam: i wonder if those people might be investing in twitter, a little bit jealous and envious of not just facebook, but as a ramp. we just had a guest on. watch out. here it comes. i know that you're watching samsung. i was joking with someone earlier today. the fao schwa
hearing now under way that could see him expelled from government. >>> plus samsung expects another quarter of record profits, all thanks to revival in the chip sector, but shares are falling as it prepares for slower growth in the mobile space. >>> all right. a warm welcome to you. welcome to this jobs friday. no, it's not a jobs friday. because of this. house republicans today are holding a closed door meet to go discuss plans for budget and fiscal matters as the u.s. government shutdown hits day four. there is little action in congress as the budget impasse looks like it could very much into the debt ceiling deadline of october 17. reports suggest john boehner has signaled he won't let the u.s. default even if he has to enlist votes from democrats. the treasury department is warning a default would be catastrophic, plunging the u.s. into the worst recession than that experienced 2007 to 2009. the president has canceled a trep into indonesia next week. and the shutdown debt ceiling on the minds of people all across the united states, brian sullivan moderated a panel discussion las
's getting ready to go public and wait until you hear how much samsung made in just one quarter. we don't shut down for anything. "varney & company" is about to begin. when we made our commitment to the gulf, bp had two big goals: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be i can tell you - safety is atr the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over a drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. >> day four of the government shutdown and the obama administration wants to make sure that you are feeling maximum pain. we're talking national parks and monuments, including the grand canyon closed for business. food programs for moms and kids living under the poverty line and funding for the national institutes of health all cut. even treasury secretary jack lew trying to scare into a selloff. what he said, the stock market including investment
shutdown now in its fourth day. >> and look out apple. samsung predicting a a record profit for the fourth quarter as it releases its new galaxy smartwatch in the u.s. and a massive spread in "usa today," which we'll get to later. >> let's start with twitter, of course, which has unveiled its highly anticipated initial public offering plan. julia boorstin is outside twitter headquarters in san francisco. ooh, the wind is blowing, your hair looks very nice, julia. take it away. >> reporter: twitter headquarters happens to be in the middle of a wind tunnel. twit are filed to raise $1 billion with the ticker twtr. we don't know the valuation yet because the can't hasn't revealed how many shares it will off or price range. its 2012 revenue grew by to $317 million but twitter is still not profitable. it did make progress as its net loss decreased by 38% but in the first half of this year, a number of acquisitions drove up its net losses 41% higher. now, behind twitter's growth is mobile. that's really the key thing to stress here. three quarters of twitter's users access the service from a mobi
but it is not the end of the world. but as a stock a buyer you look for things like this. >> samsung a smart watch. they are competing apple to the punch. it has turned out to be a dud di. >> they have come out to be a copycat. it does not work as advertised. it does not support no phone but the galaxy 3. they are skeptical that it can do anything else. basically the wall street journal stated that the asked for was a piece of crap. that the software was a gimmicky. the nexus was a matter from.better phone. this d news for apple because there but is still introduce this. samsung is just a copycat at this time. >> the time is 9:22 a.m.. coming up on the kron4 morning news. you have probably seen this commercial on tv. a camel explaining his favorite day of the week. hump day! but that ad is not to get a lot of laughs at one school. we will have that story next. >> its become one of the most memorable commercials to date. the geico "hump day" t-v ad. but at one new england middle school. the catchphrase from the commercial is getting out of hand. kim lucey tells us why students can no longer say, "
such as "train wreck" are being used to describe the new "smartwatch" by samsung. the wearable device will be on store shelves later this month. a new york times reviewer calls the watch impressive, but it requres the assistance of a samsung phone or tablet making it pretty much worthless. tech analyst rob enderle offers this reason for samsung's potentially problematic product launch. " they are not used to creating a market..so the end result was they tried to throw everything but the kitchen sink into the product and that meant to hit the pricepoint, alot of the things like the camera and battery life are sub-standard and so its resulting in some pretty nasty reviews." enderle notes if the smart watch is a flop --- it could sour the market for other companies trying to get a piece of the action -- such as apple. amazon has hopes of launching a tv device in time for the holiday season. it's a box for tvs giving viewers access to amazon's video streaming services as well as gaming apps. the wall street journal report amazon set a mid-october deadline for app developers. and now for
is not a stock a buy list. it is a ge, samsung, intel. coca-cola had this distinction of being no. 113 years. okia drops to 57 no. 13 >> it is fascinating. over the weekend i had a chance to see what she had to say. they have a hundred million eyeballs. you have so many people on facebook. twitter had a big run with television. how big does this compare to abc, cbs, or nbc? >> you only have a 44 million eyeballs. they double that. it is a big change. >> back to the networks, a and e have been did a lot eyeballs' because of breaking bad. this was a big winner. that will do a spinoff of the show. they lose this so where are they gonna get their eyeballs from for their future? we do not want them to leave without a been about what they're watching a. >> the producer on the show --i am not the future. the future is 18 to 35 years old was tweet team while they're watching. and >> they had a hundred thousand tweeds and the days before the show. >> this is incredible to see what people will do to get the gold i phones. >> someone paid $10,000 and tu that it was canceled by the seller. ebay was cha
retire. back to you. >> thank you, sharon. samsung's new smart watch goes on sale today. critics hate it. will consumers like it? next blockbuster sex drug. what do you say, jane? >> michelle, i say you are going to want to watch this. a new small line of products on the market to treat a condition for men that i'm not sure i can say on the air. first this quickly break. >>> coming up on "street signs," it is a friday. it is also national tucker day. there are a multitude of plays in the stock market. rocking debut for potbelly. probably the best of the year so far. herb is here and he says not so fast. coveted soft drinks on the outs. that's good news for our health. isn't it? bad news if you are a pepsi or coke. look at the impact on stock like those. those things and much, much more. shutdown earnings, you name it. we got it. it is all coming up on "street signs." back to you on "power lunch." >>> samsung firing the first major shot in the battle over wearable devices. new smartwatch goes on sale today. slammed by some critics. but will consumers buy it? we had a chance to look at tha
samsung electronics planned to unveil its own curved smartphone. clearly, the battle between the two korean tech giant is heating up. i am still quite happy with my phone. >> rick scott, serena. thank you very much. tourists and travelers have quite a lot of choices when it comes to deciding which places to visit during the seven-day national holiday. the forbidden city has always been a big place for people to visit. our correspondent was there to see what it was like during this holiday. >> large, slow-moving crowds, heading towards the palace museum. also known as the forbidden city, it has been the home of emperors of many dynasties and world-famous as a tourist destination. massive numbers of tourists come to visit the palace museum everyday. during the golden week holiday, the flock of tourists is extremely huge. according to the statistics, yesterday on october the seventh, the total volume of tourists reached 175,000. the ancient architecture and imperial treasures here have always attracted visitors from home and abroad. the massive swarm is impressive, but it also brings wi
. >> whoa. >> i don't like him. >> hey, did you just check out that samsung? is that what you want? >> i only looked for a second. >> you want a bigger screen, don't you? once you go blackberry, you never go backberry. >> siri, can you find me a nearby italian restaurant? >> of course. i'm here to help, you vicious bitch. >> up close and personal at a wedding. >> feels like we're there. >> what happens when the bridesmaid is also doubling as a photographer. >> and still to come, some kalts get stu -- cats get stuck in a wall. >> the surprising ending to this lengthy rescue. >> plus, she quit, she wants to get hired. >> see mom's final message in this parody every parent can relate to. >> a couple of rescues to get animals stuck in walls. the michigan humane society got a call from a woman saying there were some cats trapped in a wall so they had to get them out. >> the best way to open the wall with out creating a lot of damage for the homeowner -- >> they took out one and brought out another one. >> and they're adorable little kittens. >> they're still young. they depend on mama. >> the
and tuesday. back to the desk. >>> samsung expect to post another records earning report. the third quarter sales rose 25%. that would put earnings at $9.4 billion. that is despite a slow down in the smart phone business. samsung reported new record earnings for five of the last six quarters. >>> instagram will start posting ads on its photo sharing site. it will show a small number of high quality photos and videos from a handful of brands. the adds will start appearing before the end of the year. users will have the option of hiding or rejecting an ad and tell the company what they like or don't like about the ad. >>> amazon looking to expand its own electronics beyond the kindle. it would deliver amazon's prime video service. like the kindle has helped push amazon, it would help the video sharing as well. >>> the fast thinking that averted a bay area plane disaster. what the pilot was thinking yesterday during this emergency landing on a busy san jose street. >>> plus the beef over a burger. the reason there is a sizzling outridge over a sandwich linked to a solemn church service. >>> we
beauty of your home to life. ♪ reveal light bulbs from ge. nice! it out. at&t's samsung galaxy s4 active. what's active? it's like the s4 but it can get dirty and it's water resistant. so i can take it to the pool and the beach? yeah. awesome! get a $40 gift card when you buy a samsung galaxy s4 active on at&t. walmart. when you're struggling with your mortgage, your home feels like a burden. ♪ >>> we are back on this sunday morning celebrating lester's ten years as the anchor of "weekend today." we've been talking about the reasons why we love you. >> stop. >> we've been asking people that, too with the hash tag of why i love lester. dylan and craig are in the orange room with responses. >> people love lester. with the hash tag why i love lester, we had to first get jenna in here. she says after all these years he's still so beautifully curious about life. might explain why he's always snooping around my office. classic jenna, making jokes even when she can't be here. there we go. >> this grandmother, my 81-year-old grandmother has been calling lester her boyfriend since she first lai
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after apple announced a scratch resistant and fingerprint recognition home bar. meanwhile, samsung's smart watch will have a sapphire screen cover too. while these are both positives, they are baked into the stock and what g-tat really needs is not apple's home button or samsung's smart watch but the actually screens which require a lot more sapphire l.e.d. and hence be a home run for a equipment maker like g-tat. given the move, you have to wait for a pullback in g-tat before you consider buying. >>> now i want to revisit two ipos that we have gotten a lot of calls on. back on friday the 13th, bill in new york asked about insys therapeutics. it's the red-hot health care ipo, a company that markets an opioid and synthetic marijuana drug for cancer patients. i mean, i know that's one of the people who ask about these stocks at jim cramer on twitter all of the time. this is a drug for chemotherapy. the stock only popped 19% on the first day of trading but since may rallied 328%. down right incredible. even up here, though, insys oddly trades at a reasonable evaluation and a viable ta
, is the ultimate disrupter. >> right. let's move on to number six. which is hee and his partner at samsung. >> father/son team, yes. >> yeah, father/son team. they basically have revolutionized the smartphone industry, the electronics industry as well. >> right. and this was an important year for samsung because they have really emerged as a credible challenger to apple. and that's why we put them on the list. and that's why we put them so high because that is not easy to do. >> no. >> and i think more and more you're seeing young people looking at the galaxy and thinking maybe i would try that. so for that we put them on the list and also obviously they sell more smartphones than apple and are highly profitable. they've opened up an innovation center out in silicon valley so they're really ones to watch. >> there were two entrants from twitter. janet dorsey and also dick k costel costello. and i want to bring that up because they're highly anticipated ipo, we probably will get news on that at some point this week. and they seem to be a company that could also be and also have really turne
, feels great. super light. >> samsung galaxy gear smart wa. he's been developing his reminder app. it takes key pieces of the smart phone and puts it on the wrist. >> this is bringing your phone closer to you. and it's an early enry. wearable technology z at the glaze conference there are others. there is a basis band full of health sense years. >> tracking things like your perspiration level. >> turns out it can be used to fell if you're enjoying a movie. >> we can find which part you liked. >> saying it's becoming the norm. >> whole system learning about you. going to get more personalized. and a little bit freaky to tell you the truth. >> you probably own a piece of wearable technology. >> down the wall a start up making head sets shaped like flowers and skulls. >> and looks are important. a giants logo on google glass. >> it's on the face. right? anything on your head affects how people perceive you it's a field with a lot of unknowns. founders say it's going to be big in san francisco, abc 7 news. >> this is a brave new world. >> let's take a look at our time lapse view. this
on the block with this toy. >> looks great, feels great. super light. >> samsung galaxy gear smart wa. he's been developing his reminder app. it takes key pieces of the smart phone and puts it on the wrist. >> this is bringing your phone closer to you. and it's an early enry. wearable technology z at the glaze conference there are others. there is a basis band full of health sense years. >> tracking things like your perspiration level. >> turns out it can be used to fell if you're enjoying a movie. >> we can find which part you liked. >> saying it's becoming the norm. >> whole system learning about you. going to get more personalized. and a little bit freaky to tell you the truth. >> you probably own a piece of wearable technology. >> down the wall a start up making head sets shaped like flowers and skulls. >> and looks are important. a giants logo on google glass. >> it's on the face. right? anything on your head affects how people perceive you it's a field with a lot of unknowns. founders say it's going to be big in san francisco, abc 7 news. >> this is a brave new world. >> let's take
one. it is the most technological app company in the world. >> you can buy a samsung or lg. >> that's not the point. just because there is glitches doesn't mean they will be worked out. we know why web pages load slowly and you get error messages. there is too much special in obama care. >> i think that is very good spin, but i don't think it will last long. the government can't run anything efficiently. there is waste and fraud and abuse in the government in all levels. >> and the military can't run. monica? >> hold on, ladies for one second. the president said 1 million people visited health care.gov before 7:00. does that show interest or need? many of them were reporters trying to log on, but still there is interest? >> a think a lot of people are curious what is up there and how it may or may not work. the proof will be in the number of people who are going on the web sites and following it through to enrolling and the fact that the administration will not tell us what happened in the last 48 hours in terms of visitors who saw the process through or enrolling in this, it may be
. >>> samsung has begun selling its smartwatch. the device is designed to help users check messages, answer calls. but joanne stern says it doesn't live up to the hype. >> the battery life isn't that good. it lasts a day and a half. the idea that you're constantly charging this watch doesn't make a lot of sense. on top of that, the software has a couple of bugs. the apps don't work that well. >> the galaxy gear retails for $300. >>> all right. and burger king p.r. stunt seems to be working. there's a lot of social media buzz about the company's facebook page showing a new logo. this comes as the company rolls out their healthier french fries. fries king. >> i can almost live with that. >> i can live with that. >> fries and burger king. >> burger and fries king. >> there you go. >> burger, fries and shake king. >> that's a lot of words. >>> when we come back, family feud. a radio icon at the center of a nasty fight. why casey kasem's children are protesting out in front of his house. >>> who's your daddy? mia farrow drops a bombshell about who might be the father of her son. suddenly you're
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samsung and others. apple stocks tumbled and critics focused on tip cook, who succeeded jobs in the seat. he and the rest of the board initiated dividends and buybacks engaged and launched efforts like the ipad mini and iphone fc twists on existing products rather than brand-new categories. invasion debt at apple, complicating matters like amazon are ratcheting up pressure. >> we sell devices that break. we don't make money when people buy them, we want to make money when people use the devices by buying kindle e books and so on. >> reporter: but now sentiment appears to be turning apple's way again. >> apple is reversing last year's severe down trend. this tells us that the buyers are taking control from the sellers. this is bullish. >> when you swipe into the home screen, the stock is up more than 20% since june when the companion showed off the revamped mobile software. in the past month users down looded ios 7 and bought 2 million iphones the first weekend. two years after the visionary leader passed on, apple is still a company with something to prove. for "nightly business report,"
, you have the choice with the samsung galaxy or whatever and here you're mandated to buy this specific product. it's full of glitches. >> how serious are these tech know ological issues? our contributor wrote an interesting piece this week saying they're actually pretty serious, particularly the data control and entry and that risk of fraud is really serious. >> right. what we saw this week was a kind of comic "catch me if you can"-type caper where journalists were trying to track down the one guy able to enroll through these exchanges. the point that scott makes is these are much deeper technological problems. they go to the real information technology architecture of the plan. the states that are going to be bouncing information off the irs and social security and health and hup services. he's saying, this is really a weak system. it's going to expose consumers to identity theft. there's going to be much larger problems, in terms of reconciling who gets subsidy who qualifies for coverage and so forth. >> to the extent consumers, the eninsured, are having these bad experiences and may
think what's hurt it more than even apple not continuing to delight is the fact that android and samsung keep getting better. apple has better rivals than it ever has before. >> i love this iphone that i'm holding up now, but i type on this one, here we go, the blackberry that has the actual keyboard. ill has reported nearly a $1 billion quarterly loss, is this thing toast? am i going to have to giver it up? >> i know five people who have the blackberry, and they absolutely adore the v-10. but there's about five of them in the world at large, but not many. no supervision at the company. >> sarah laci, thanks very much for joining us this morning. >>> ahead on media buzz, jeff daniels wins an emmy for playing an arrogant cable newsman. why do they hate this show? with the spark miles card from capital one, bjorn earns unlimited rewas for his small business take theseags to room 12 please. [ garth ] bjors small busiss earns double miles on every purchase every day. produce delivery. [ bjorn ] just put it on my spark card. [ garth why settle for less? ahh, oh! [ garth ] great businesses des
. a federal court halting payouts in the oil spill. >> and some harsh words for samsung. quote, nobody will buy this watch and nobody should. >> i stopped. immediately i was going to buy one. >> i wonder what his opinion is on this. hard to tell. >> neutral. >> day through of the partial government shutdown after a stalemate. a meeting resulted in no breakthrough to resolve the impasse. the debt ceiling is just two weeks ago. >> i think this time's different. i think they should be concerned. you have a situation in which a faction is willing potentially to default on u.s. government obligations, then we are in trouble and if they're willing to do it now, they'll be willing to do it later. >> more and more people are beginning to say they're not going to rule out a technical default, maybe not on treasury securities but something that does get people's attention. in buffett's terms today, we're going to go right up to the point of extreme idiocy. >> i think that redefined the issue. he said we're going to go over that deadline. stop thinking that deadline means the end of the world or
together and headed your way. nice! it out. a zesty blend of tomatoes and green chilies, at&t's samsung galaxy s4 active. what's active? it's like the s4 but it can get dirty and it's water resistant. so i can take it to the pool and the beach? yeah. awesome! get a $40 gift card when you buy a samsung galaxy s4 active on at&t. walmart. ♪ now you can give yourself a kick in the rear! v8 v-fusion plus energy. natural energy from green tea plus fruits and veggies. need a little kick? ooh! could've had a v8. in the juice aisle. need a little kick? ooh! so when my moderate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis them. was also on display, i'd had it. i finally had a serious talk with my dermatologist. this time, he prescribed humira-adalimumab. humira helps to clear the surface of my skin by actually working inside my body. in clinical trials, most adults with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis saw 75% skin clearance. and the majority of people were clear or almost clear in just 4 months. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal events
of this year. >>> samsung expects to post another record level earning. that would put earnings at $9.4 billion despite a slowdown in its smart phone business. sames skunk -- samsung has reported record earnings in five of the last quarters. >>> and twitter is going public. the san francisco-based company revealed it has never made a profit and has lost $419 million since it started in 2007. but it adds that revenue is growing. the timing means that twitter will probably announce a share price by thanksgiving and twitter will also use the stock symbol twtr. >> time it now 7:46. a memorial service will be held for a san francisco high school student killed a week ago in a violent crash. police say 16-year-old kevin sun was riding in a minivan when a mercedes being about 80 miles per hour slammed into it. the 1-8d-year-old suspect, jenny zhu has been charged with vehicular manslaughter and gross negligence. kevin sun was part of the rotc high school guard. >>> more than 100 people were at this memorial yesterday evening for a mother killed after being run over by a truck in a san francisco park.
tv shows up on samsung and the internet and after you create in and out you can click which remote- control and buy things on tv by using your remote control appeared >> today shot tv is only lodged in samsung tease bar the next 12 months we are expecting to have it on other tvs. >> we will be in your house so before you know it appeared >> you can visit shot tv with any internet device or they have a great app four tablets or fall on the chicken stock would. >> at now we haven't looked at the weather. >> it is a beautiful star to the day blacbright blue skies and a little less on windy today. >> the red flag warning has been lifted. >> take a look at temperatures as you head out the day was a chilly start in center roseau starting out at 41 this morning. >> 52 degrees early in san jose. >> 87 is a high for los gatos. >> 86 in danville. >> 844 castro valley. >> low eighties for downtown san francisco today. >> 86 in santa rosa appeared >> the raiders game tamara temperatures will be in the mid to low 70's appear >> high pressure will keep things warm today and tomorrow. >> we are e
. >> samsung galaxy gear smart watch hit stores in the coming week. he has been developing the app to work with it. the watch takes key piece of the smart phone and put them on your wrist. >> i i think as bringing your phone 5 second closer to you. so now 5 seconds easier to take a pickth easier to make sure you catch the notification of the thing you care about. >> early entry in whole new category. wearable technology. at the conference in san francisco there are many other others. quus lick dick tracy this watch is cell phone with tiny keyboard that works. and help sensor. track things like heart beet beat. movement. things like perspiration level in skip. >> and could tell if you areen jig a movie. >> netflix i rate this 4 stars we can find what parts did you lick. >> author robert says it's becoming the norm. >> whole system is learning more and more about you and will get much more personalize in the future and a little bit freaky to tell you the truth. >> seems future and new don't forget you probably already own a piece of wearable technology. what about the ear. head set ma
that is behind what is going on in the android system and what google and samsung is doing. that was a case he was criticised for doing a strategic move a lot of people didn't like. >> any names being tossed around. >> alan is being tossed around, the head of ford. he doesn't know anything about technology, he's a fantastic turn-around guy at ford. people are not sure that he would take it. it would be a different industry for him. that's the name that people talk about. you have to have somebody huge, someone major to take over microsoft, a big company like that. who knows what happens. that's the name. >> would someone else on the board become chairman. >> possible. a guy named john thompson is head of a committee for the ceo. he is a likely person. he was head of samantac making the nortan anti-vir us. he was an ibmer before that. it's ironic that microsoft is being run by someone that was ot ibm for a period of time. >> jordan, thank you for speaking to us, and staying up late. >> well, we have sport. a wild night in pittsburg. >> yes. win and you're in. over 40,000 fans are rocking the ho
not continuing to delight is the fact that android and samsung keep getting better. apple has better rivals than it ever has before. >> i love this iphone that i'm holding up now, but i type on this one, here we go, the blackberry that has the actual keyboard. ill has reported nearly a $1 billion quarterly loss, is this thing toast? am i going to have to giver it up? >> i know five people who have the blackberry, and they absolutely adore the v-10. but there's about five of them in the world at large, but not many. no supervision at the company. >> sarah laci, thanks very much for joining us this morning. >>> ahead on media buzz, jeff daniels wins an emmy for playing an arrogant cable newsman. why do they hate this show? hey linda! what are you guys doing? having some fiber! with new phillips' fiber good gummies. they're fruity delicious! just two gummies have 4 grams of fiber! to help support gularity! i want some... [ woman ] hop on over! [ marge ] fiber the fun way, from phillips'. . pers . >>> you haven't even the newsroom, the hbo show features jeff daniels as a crusading anchor man. but th
the likes of samsung among others. that will be the question. >> didn't they do a huge bond raise to fund a buyback earlier this year. >> and already $130 billion in cash anyway. not all here in the u.s. but it's a lot of money. >> ikea selling more than home furnishing. they sell meatballs. the swedish based company -- they're good too. they are going to start selling, yes, solar packanels in the uk. good idea, not such? >> it's a huge distribution platform. >> i think price tag and quality will determine ikea's success. >> seems odd they would choose the uk not known for sunny weather. >> you can cook your meatballs with a solar powered appliance. >> i think it's highest in those scandinavian countries. i will get back to you. >> have you decided who's going to win tonight some. >> let's go with dolphins. >> never believe where this collection of dead heads is. we'll be back. a traditionalist. >> no member of congress. >> let's move on to the -- >> we can safely say that. >> to your third listing, a manhattan property. the 2200 square feet of terrace space. >> really? >> a 30-foot windo
better. >> with best buy they're talking about the samsung shop within shops and microsoft. the customer is finally starting to believe they the lowest possible price. they restrug you ared many parts of the store. the customer is benefiting and ultimately they will benefit from the holiday season too. david: things benefited by adp report, gold, oil. they figure they will print more money, the fed will continue to do it. the interest rates going down a little bit. i wonder how this will reflect on earnings coming up? because the what the fed does is not necessarily going to affect the top line of earnings this season, will it? >> no, i don't think so. i think we're going to have another less than stellar earnings season. i think we'll have a lot of top line misses again. i think we'll miss a lost revenue again. however, ben, it, as we've said you can't fight the fed and can't fight the tape. if the market is going up you can't fight it. but we did not have a great earnings season last. i don't expect a great earnings season here. we've seen retailers coming out an warning. we've seen ot
disappointing sales for windows 8 and the surface tablet. david: samsung tablet were launched on at&t and sprint today. the launch was accompanied by huge advertising campaign in leading newspapers. we have a very exciting "after the bell" and it starts right now. david: sometimes it is very exciting is a gimmick. i have to admit that, it is not a gimmick. i love the fact we got a real market action in the positive direction which all that going inside. like the economy is saying, you know, the heck with you. i could do a gesture but it would be obscene. i came close to it, almost, but wall street is saying essentially to folks inside the beltway. let's break down today's market action. david kudla, he says market valuations are not stretched. he will tell us four ways to play the market. he knows his stuff. chris gersh from the cme. chris knows his stuff. we have a couple things happening today. we did not get the labor stats from bls it is considered a non-essential part of the government. so guess what? we have to rely on the private stats from adp and some other sources. we have no usda live
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